ILO and UAE agree on capacity building programme for the MoL to govern its labour market and monitor working conditions
20 April 2015
The two-year project will improve the UAE’s capacity to govern its labour market and monitor working conditions, including those of migrant workers.
18 April 2015
Guy Ryder to address the opening of the 42nd session of the Arab Labour Conference.
26 March 2015
The State of Kuwait grants the International Labour Organization (ILO) half a million US dollars, bringing the State’s total contributions dedicated to promoting decent work and social justice in the occupied Palestinian territory and the Arab States to US$3.5 million since 2009.
27 November 2014
The International Labour Organization (ILO), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and International Organisation for Migration (IOM) sign a technical cooperation agreement to advance the work of Kuwait’s Public Authority for Manpower.
30 June 2014
By looking at a narrow set of indicators, such as the rate of privatization, trade openness, debt, inflation and foreign direct investment, most analysts had concluded that Arab countries were on the right track economically in the lead up to the Arab uprisings.
15 May 2014
ILO Social Protection Floor seminar concludes with delegates outlining measures towards rights-based, comprehensive social protection in Arab countries.
13 May 2014
Experts meet to discuss ways to review and enhance social protection in Arab countries as well as examine successful international social protection experiences.
The ILO joins key stakeholders from across the Arab region to examine regional and successful international social protection experiences and ways to improve social protection in the Arab region.
01 April 2014
The State of Kuwait grants the ILO half a million US dollars bringing the State’s total contributions dedicated to promoting decent work and social justice in the occupied Palestinian territory and the Arab States to US$3 million since 2009.
Financial Assessment of the cost of providing health care coverage for Palestinain refugees in Lebanon
27 February 2014
The preliminary financial assessment of the cost of providing health care coverage estimates – for the first time – the unutilized contributions of the Palestinians wage earners and their employers to the NSSF. It also projects the possible cost to be incurred if Palestinian workers and their families are provided with health care coverage through the NSSF.